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|fable||n: a short story, often with animal characters, that teaches a general truth or a moral lesson|
|giant||adj: enormous; much bigger or more important than similar items usually are|
|monster||n: an imaginary creature that is large and has various human and animal parts; someone or something large and powerful|
|handy||adj: valuable and convenient; easy or ready to reach or use|
|serpent||n: a large snake|
|emerge||v: to move out of or away from something and become visible|
|swallow||v: to make food, drink, pills, etc., pass down your throat into your stomach; (noun) small long-winged songbird noted for swift, graceful flight and the regularity of its migrations|
|contort||v: to (cause something to) twist and press out of its natural or normal shape|
|merge||v: to combine or integrate things, or to cause this to happen|
|continuous||adj: occurring or existing without a pause or interruption|
|digest||v: to transform food into absorbable substances; break down|
|exhausted||adj: extremely tired|
|strike||v: to wallop somebody or something with the hand, fist, or weapon; to have an emotional or cognitive impact upon|
|bolt||n: a metal bar that slides across to lock a door or window closed; a discharge of lightning accompanied by thunder; (verb) to move or jump suddenly|
|lightning||n: a flash, or several flashes, of light that accompanies an electric discharge in the atmosphere, or something resembling such a flash|
|magnify||v: to make something look bigger than it really is, especially by looking at it through a lens; to make something bigger, stronger, or louder|
|blast||n: explosion, or a strong current of air, usually caused by an explosion; a sudden, thunderous noise|
|pierce||v: to cut or make a way through with a sharp instrument|
|massive||adj: enormous amount; very heavy and solid|
|split||v: to divide, or to make something divide into two or more parts, especially along a particular line|
|intersect||v: to meet or cross one another|
|zap||v: to strike, destroy, get rid of, or kill something or someone suddenly and with force|
|magic||n: beliefs and actions employed to influence supernatural beings and forces; any art or performance that invokes supernatural powers|
|regenerate||v: to improve or renew an area, institution, system, etc., especially by making it more active or successful|
|pause||v: to take a short break from talking or doing something before continuing|
|simplify||v: to make something more straightforward, more understandable, or easier to do|
|intersection||n: a point where two or more roads, lines, etc., cross each other|
|stretch||v: to make or be capable of making anything longer or broader without hurting or breaking|
|graph||n: a picture consisting of a line, lines, points, etc., that shows how two or more sets of certain quantities are related to each other|
|nod||v: to lower and raise one’s head, sometimes several times, as to show approval, agreement, greeting, or confirmation|
|ubiquitous||adj: being or existing everywhere at once|
|mathematics||n: the science dealing with the logic of quantities, shapes, spaces, and arrangement|
|trace||v: to find or discover someone or something that was lost|
|zoom||v: to move along very quickly; (noun) the act of rising upward into the air|
|vice||n: wrongdoing or wicked behavior; (in the form of vice versa) with the order reversed; (as a prefix) someone with a job immediately below a particular person|
|emerging||adj: starting to exist, mature, or become well-known|
|odd||adj: strange or unexpected; not divisible by two|
|spot||n: a particular location or place; a small round or roundish area, differing in color or feels from the surface around it|
|zigzag||adj: having short sharp turns or angles|
|systematic||adj: done or acting according to a determined set of systems or plans:|
|opportune||adj: suitable or happening at a time that is suitable or convenient for a particular purpose|
|surge||n: a sudden and great increase of something, such as a feeling, the amount or number, etc.|
|slouch||v: to stand, sit, or walk in a lazy, drooping way, often with the shoulders hanging forward and the head bent forward|